The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 6th February 2023
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- Corpus (noun)
Meaning: a collection of written texts, especially the entire works of a particular author or a body of writing on a particular subject. (समूह)
Synonyms: collection, compilation, entity
Sentence: I’ve got the corpus of Shakespeare’s works.
- Resounding (adj.)
Meaning: experiencing pleasure, satisfaction, or delight (शानदार)
Synonyms: enormous, delighted, joyful
Antonyms: sad, unhappy, joyless
Sentence: The astronaut was welcomed with joyous, resounding acclaim.
- Prying (adj.)
Meaning: excessively interested in a person’s private affairs; too inquisitive. (ताक-झाँक करना)
Synonyms: curious, nosy, inquisitive
Antonyms: disinterested, indifferent
Sentence: We do not want people prying into our affairs.
- Kudos (noun)
Meaning: praise and honor received for an achievement. (प्रशंसा)
Synonyms: prestige, cachet, glory
Antonyms: criticize, reprimand
Sentence: He received kudos from everyone on his performance.
- Brevity (noun)
Meaning: concise and exact use of words in writing or speech. (संक्षिप्तता)
Synonyms: conciseness, concision, succinctness
Antonyms: lengthiness, extensiveness, extending
Sentence: His essays are models of clarity and brevity.
- Wearisome (adj.)
Meaning: causing one to feel tired or bored. (थकाऊ)
Synonyms: tiring, exhausting, boring
Antonyms: interesting, engrossing, involving
Sentence: Simple repetitive tasks can be very wearisome.
- Seminal (adj.)
Meaning: (of a work, event, moment, or figure) strongly influencing later developments. (प्रभावपूर्ण)
Synonyms: influential, formative, pioneering
Antonyms: small, little, minor
Sentence: His book on social policy proved to be seminal.
- Heft (adj.)
Meaning: large, heavy, and powerful. (बलवान)
Synonyms: burly, heavy, sturdy
Antonyms: weakness, helplessness, impotence
Sentence: Some synthetic fabrics are nice and warm, but I prefer wool because it has more heft.
- Comport (verb)
Meaning: accord with; agree with. (सहमत होना)
Synonyms: correspond, conform, coincide
Antonyms: contradict, differ (from), disagree (with)
Sentence: His statement did not comport with the facts.
- Quaint (adj.)
Meaning: different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion (विचित्र)
Synonyms: bizarre, strange, weird
Antonyms: typical, normal, ordinary
Sentence: Grandma lives in a quaint old cottage.
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